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“clearwater cave”(33 reviews)
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Near Long Terawan, Miri 98000, Malaysia
+60 85-792 300
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All reviews clearwater cave bat exodus lang cave canopy walk million bats clear water national park night walk stalactites and stalagmites picnic area beautiful formations rest area spectacular sight bats fly out unesco world heritage would strongly recommend this place spent three days
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Reviewed 1 week ago

the connecting travel from the main land to the deer cave is simply awesome. Crystal clear water with loads of rounded pebbles underneath. the boat will carry only 3-4 passengers as the depth of water is very shallow...and sometimes will get stuck due to the...More

Date of experience: March 2018
Thank froid1978
Reviewed January 6, 2019 via mobile

For 2 days trip far from Miri it is good jungle caves experience. The site is accessible only by air ( flight from Miri) and is recommended to have at least one night stay in Marriott hotel there. It’s recommended to book in advance your...More

Date of experience: March 2018
Thank Costinpetromi
Reviewed January 5, 2019

Highly recommend the intermediate caving experience for Racer Cave and the show caves for Deer and Clearwater Connection. Make sure to book in advance if its peak season. We had to cancel our Stonehorse caving experience because there was only 3 people instead of 4...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Natasha D
Reviewed December 8, 2018

We were at Gunung Mulu National Park in June 2018. The National Park is very well-maintained with boardwalk or walkway all the way to the caves. As we were staying at Mulu Marriott, we took their package with guide. Visited Wind & Clearwater Caves in...More

Date of experience: June 2018
1  Thank fourfootsteps
Reviewed December 2, 2018

Tickets are priced at RM35 inclusive of guide fee. In this package, you will trek to Lang Cave, Deer Cave & Bat Observatory area. My partner & I waited outside the Mulu Park Office before 2:30 pm with the others. Our guide, Donny was punctual...More

Date of experience: July 2018
4  Thank Wildcat7400
Reviewed November 10, 2018 via mobile

Did the 4 show caves in 1 day which was quite tiring. Boardwalk was a bit slippery in wet areas so wear the right footwear. Fortunately, bats did fly out both evenings we were there. Book your tours through the national park, no need to...More

Date of experience: November 2018
2  Thank jlee_melbourne
Reviewed October 30, 2018

The adventure cave, Mulu caves and Connection caves are superb. Very well maintained keep up. Guides are very useful. There is small food cafe they provide delicious food. Bats are awesome. We are really enjoyed today.

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank Sweenie D
Reviewed October 15, 2018 via mobile

We went for two cave tours. The deer and Lang caves tour was quite dreadful as it was raining profusely. We had to walk 45 mins on a wooden trail before reaching the caves. The deer cave is truly huge and a must-experience. A highlight...More

Date of experience: October 2018
2  Thank Boonchong
Reviewed October 9, 2018

I spent a fortnight in Mulu Caves more than a decade ago. We visited the many enormous caves, took boat rides in rivers, watched millions of bats take to the skies to feed at dawn. It is a rather magical place. Nothing quite like it,...More

Date of experience: November 2017
1  Thank ManFriday777
Reviewed September 24, 2018

We spent 5N and 4D at Mulu, visiting the caves, seeing the bat exodus, hiking/climbing up the pinnacles and relaxing at park HQ where we stayed. 100% recommended everything! Food at HQ was super tasty, especially the jungle fern! It was very hot and humid...More

Date of experience: August 2018
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August 24, 2018|
Response from Bruce P | Reviewed this property |
You are not allowed to go inside the caves unless you are with a guide. The tours are operated by the park and there is a daily schedule.
April 30, 2018|
Response from Pamilo |
It looks like it is possible, as long as you arrange the time accordingly. Clearwater Cave & Cave of the Winds should be done by 12noon. Then you might have a break for an hour before Deer & Lang Caves at 2pm.
February 15, 2018|
Response from Patilashok | Reviewed this property |
normal trekking cloth but good to have sandles as u might keep leg in water while river cruise by motor boat. It is safe for kids, my kids were of 3 & 7 when we visited 1st time in 2006. Now much more improved facilities... More
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Bengaluru, India
13 day trip to Malaysia (2 Replies)
Hi I am planning for a 13-day trip to Malaysia in the month of February, 2014. I want to visit places around KL including Batu caves and would like to have trekking and adventure as well. Is it possible to cover both Mt. Kinabalu and Mulu Caves? Which part can be covered Peninsular Malaysia or Borneo? Please help with an itinerary. Thanks in Advance.
June 21, 2013|
Response fromTravellingMitch|
13 days, then Kuala Lumpur and Kota Kinabalu will work well, or do Kuala Lumpur and Mulu Caves / Sarawak / Sabah. You could cover it all but it would be too rushed.
Arnhem, The Netherlands
Itinerary Malaysia for 24 days- advice (4 Replies)
Hi Everyone, For next holiday I'm planning a trip to Malaysia, duration 24 days. I have coe up with the following schedule Day Location 1 Amsterdam (12.00) - Kuala Lumpur (07.00) 2 KUL (09.15) - Penang (10.05) 3 Penang 4 Penang (Georgetown) 5 Penang - Cameron Highlands (pick up rental car?) 6 Cameron Highlands 7 Cameron Highlands - Taman Negara NP 8 Taman Negara NP 9 Taman Negara NP- Batu Caves- Kuala Lumpur (return rental car) 10 Kuala Lumpur 11 Kuala Lumpur Evening Kuala...More
June 15, 2013|
Response fromTravellingMitch|
Do you guys think this schedule is doable? Yes, but it will be busy, so lots of travelling and not a huge amount of time for seeing and enjoying!
David S
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Is a side trip to Kuching worthwhile? (0 Replies)
I have limited time in Borneo (only 9 days). I am planning on the following itinerary: 1 day KK/Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park 2-3 days Sepilok/Sukau (or Danum Valley?) 2-3 Days Mulu Caves 2 Days Kuching??? 1 Day Brunei (departure home) What is there to see in Kuching area? I would like to include a longhouse stay in my trip but don't know where that is best done. I appreciate any suggestions Thank you
October 03, 2008|